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Prospective dreams are anticipatory dreams. They anticipate some possibility in the future. They are not prophetic, although they may be prognostic. Jung says that prospective dreams “are merely an anticipatory combination of probabilities” (CW 8: 255, par. 493). He cautions against any supposition that a prospective dream “is a kind of psychopomp which, because of its superior knowledge, infallibly guides life in the right direction” (CW 8: 256, par. 494). Only when an attitude of the ego radically “deviates from the norm” does the compensatory function become “a guiding, prospective function capable of leading the conscious attitude in a quite different direction which is much better than the previous one” (CW 8: 257, par.
It’s very powerful. It doesn’t look like a ‘sweet’ animal, even though it’s dead. I could understand why I was so terrified in my dream. ” In the fifth session, the patient again commented on the scorpion that she had bought: “I’ve had the scorpion out of the bag for a couple of weeks. It’s starting to feel better and better. I had been sitting there looking at it, terrified. ” Then she mentioned that she had been reading the book On Active Imagination, the compilation that Joan Chodorow has edited of writings by Jung on active imagination (1997).
He says that from the Freudian perspective “all those things could have the same meaning” (CW 8: 245, par. 470). He notes that “the more rigorous adherents of the Freudian school have come to the point of interpreting – to give a 01_Fantasy Principle 2/18/04 2:00 PM Page 25 Compensation in the service of individuation 25 gross example – pretty well all oblong objects in dreams as phallic symbols and all round or hollow objects as feminine symbols” (CW 8: 246, par. 470). ” A strict Freudian might interpret all of these images phallically.
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